11 Fascinating Cameras Get your best shot with these cool cameras. Budget Travel Monday, Feb 22, 2010, 12:27 PM Channel your inner Andy Warhol with this four-inch plastic Pop Art camera that shoots four images in one second using 35 mm film. (Courtesy Fred Flare) Budget Travel LLC, 2016


11 Fascinating Cameras

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Channel your inner Andy Warhol with this four-inch plastic Pop Art camera that shoots four images in one second using 35 mm film. (Courtesy Fred Flare)
The outcome of the Fred Flare Pop Art camera is four primary-colored frames on one print. (Courtesy Fred Flare)
Possibly the only thing with eight eyes (or lenses) that isn't scary, the supercute Oktomat 35 mm camera produces trippy prints composed of eight tiny frames, taken in rapid succession with one click. (Courtesy Lomography)
With the Oktomat, the resulting image is like a lineup of successive pages in a flip book. (Courtesy Lomography)
The three-megapixel Classic Lego Digital Camera comes preassembled, with space to snap on even more Legos. But don't worry: The look is strictly aesthetic—it can't be taken apart. (Courtesy Digital Blue)
The Lego camera might look like a toy, but it's the real thing, complete with a 1.5-inch LCD screen, 4x zoom, and enough internal memory to store 80 photos. (Courtesy Digital Blue)
With the U Turn, kids can swivel the body of the camera around so the viewfinder is facing them as they snap photos of themselves and friends. Designed for ages 6 and up. (Courtesy Digital Blue)
The Diana Mini is a smaller version of the '60s cult classic, with serious capabilities, like multiple and long exposures for shooting with 35 mm film. It even comes with a tiny tripod. (Courtesy MoMA Store)
Claiming to be the only 35 mm camera with a built-in fish-eye lens, the Fisheye No. 2 Pink compresses foreground and background scenes into one focused image. (Courtesy Lomography)
An example shot from the Fisheye No. 2 Pink camera. Each unique picture has a sweeping 180-degree perspective. (Courtesy Lomography)
The Fisheye No. 2 Pink camera shoots with 35 mm film—the fish-eye lens makes for distinctive images. (Courtesy Lomography)
The 8.1-megapixel Vivitar underwater ViviCam 8400 costs less than a basic plastic waterproof camera case, yet it shoots pictures and short videos at up to 30 feet underwater with an 8x digital zoom. (Courtesy Vivitar)
With the PoGo Instant Digital Camera, beloved Polaroid cameras get a modern-day update. You can crop, edit, add borders, and more on the camera's screen. (Courtesy Polaroid)
Feeling nostalgic yet? The PoGo camera prints images in less than a minute, just like the original—only digital. (Courtesy Polaroid)
The folks at GoPro know that daredevils seldom have free hands. So the HD Hero Naked camera has an adhesive mount that sticks to just about anything. (Courtesy GoPro)
Press the shutter of the HD Hero Naked camera once, and it shoots photos at a set number of intervals, capturing your entire adventure. (Courtesy GoPro)
The waterproof HD Hero Naked camera from GoPro also shoots video in HD. (Courtesy GoPro)
The Samsung DualView TL220 has LCD screens on the front and the back, letting you frame pictures like never before. The result? Self-portraits that are actually centered—and flattering. Plus, the back panel is a touch screen. (Courtesy Samsung)
Here's one for true photophiles: Nikon's Coolpix P6000 model comes with advanced features—auto red-eye fix, the ability to focus on up to 12 faces in one portrait—plus a built-in GPS that automatically geotags each photo with the exact location of where it was captured. (Courtesy Nikon)
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